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  • Gamma Omega has been hostess for the Gamma Province Convention several times since it first entertained other chapters in the provinces wi ...ho have won Graduate Counselor Scholarships are: Rebecca Galloway (Clark), 1940-41; Margery Lawrence (Hetherington) 1948-49; Martha Jones (Phillips), 1949-
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  • ..."most beautiful." Peggy Wallace (Reinke) received an "M" Award during the 1940-41 school year for being the co-founder of COGS, (College Organization for ...rbook. In 1958, the chapter won the Charlotte Barrell Ware Standard Cup at convention, and again was first in scholarship.
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  • ...er honor and a large silver tray was presented to her. It was announced at Convention in 1968 that a $500 graduate fellowship in her name would be given by Gamma '''Convention Awards:'''
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  • ...room house into a structure with Colonial façade and housing 18 girls. By 1940, as the need for more space was felt, the house was enlarged to accommodate ...ma Nu delegates took home the Chapter Efficiency Award at the 1996 General Convention. The chapter also received the University Chancellor’s Award for Academic
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  • ...s recognized twice with the Westermann Efficiency Cup. At the 1956 General Convention, the chapter performed a model initiation service. One portion of “Kappas ...be permitted to leave war-torn England to speak at Kappa’s 1940 General Convention. Helen proposed that the money budgeted to bring Nora to America be used in
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  • ...long-awaited History of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity, 1870-1930, and in a Convention toast in 1932, she famously said, “Buy the History, Read the History, Nev ...pointed deputy to the Grand Treasurer. She held that office until the 1900 Convention in Columbus, Ohio, when she was elected Grand Secretary. When the Grand Cou
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  • (1874-1940) As President of the Pi Alumnae Association, Eleanor was delegate to the 1906 Convention. She wrote essays for The Key and in 1909 was made Business Manager. She wa
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  • ...Mortar Board member and vice president of her class. She attended the 1928 Convention as delegate and became a Co-organizer (the forerunner of Chapter Consultant ...e became Panhellenic Delegate from 1936-1940 and Scholarship Chairman from 1940-1946, supervised Graduate Counselors (Chapter Consultants) from 1946-1948 a
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  • ...e:Rheva_Ott_Shryock.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Rheva Ott Shryock, President 1936-1940]] Rheva Ott Shryock was the last of the Grand Presidents (1936-1940); by the end of her second term she had convinced the Fraternity to drop th
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  • ...ogert_Schofield.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Elizabeth Bogert Schofield, President 1940-1944]] ...ation, Elizabeth Bogert Schofield became Kappa’s first “President.” (1940-1944)
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  • ...s page will include links to images and materials from Kappa Kappa Gamma's Convention files. |Image= [[File:GrandSeal.jpg|100px|link=1876_Convention|1876 Convention]]
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  • !Convention Favor/Charm |Convention determined to be a myth
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  • (1867-1940) ...ily was the first initiation, and initiations first took place at the 1892 Convention, when she was elected Grand President.
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